Cooking Papa

Cooking Papa (Japanese: クッキングパパ, Hepburn: Kukkingu Papa) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Tochi Ueyama. It has been serialized in Kodansha's seinen anthology magazine Morning since 1985. Kodansha has collected its into individual tankōbon volumes and it has a total of 157 volumes as of April 2021, making it one of the longest manga series by number of volumes. The story revolves around a salaryman who can cook well and full recipes for the dishes featured in each chapter are provided at the end of the chapter.[3]

Cooking Papa
Cooking Papa vol 1 cover.JPG
Cover of the first tankōbon volume, featuring Kazumi Araiwa (center)
クッキングパパ
(Kukkingu Papa)
Genre
Manga
Written byTochi Ueyama
Published byKodansha
MagazineMorning
DemographicSeinen
Original run1985 – present
Volumes157
Anime television series
Directed byToshitaka Tsunoda
Written by
Music byToshihiko Sahashi
Studio
  • Eiken (production)
  • Sunshine Corporation (animation)
Original networkTV Asahi
Original run April 9, 1992 May 25, 1995
Episodes151
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The series has been adapted into a 151-episode anime television series of the same name by Eiken and directed by Toshitaka Tsunoda. The anime series was originally broadcast in Japan on TV Asahi between April 1992 and May 1995,[4][5] A Japanese television drama adaptation aired on Fuji TV on August 29, 2008.[6]

Cooking Papa won a Special Award at the 39th Kodansha Manga Awards in 2015.[7]

StoryEdit

The story revolves around a salaryman named Kazumi Araiwa who can cook well but is unwilling to let it be known within his workplace. He lets everyone in the company believe that his wife Nijiko Araiwa cooks his meals when, in truth, she could not prepare anything.

MediaEdit

MangaEdit

Cooking Papa is written and illustrated by Tochi Ueyama. The series has been serialized in the manga magazine Weekly Morning since 1985.[8] Kodansha has collected its chapters into individual tankōbon volumes, with the first one published on January 18, 1986.[9] As of April 23, 2021, 157 volumes have been released.[10]

Volume listEdit

No. Release date ISBN
1 January 18, 1986[9]4-06-300004-4
  1. "Itarian Naberyouri wa Tegarude Boryuumu Manten" (イタリアン鍋料理は手軽でボリューム満点)
  2. "Zangyou Tsukare Niwa Aisukuriimu" (残業疲れにはアイスクリーム)
  3. "Tanshinfuninmononi Marugodo Za Karē" (単身赴任者にまるごど・ザ・カレー )
  4. "Supeciaru Mōningude Genki Genki!" (スペシャルモーニングで 元気 元気!)
  5. "Goukai! Ishidai no Sugatazukuri" (豪快!イシダイの姿造り)
  6. "Natsubateyosayounara Sutamina Manten Tokusei Gyōza" (夏バテよさようならスタミナ満点特製ギョーザ)
  1. "Tabetemo Tabetemo Futaranai Herushi- Kukkingu" (食べても食べても 太らない ヘルシー・クッキング)
  2. "Kaa- to Toushiwaku Mentainorimaki" (カーッと闘志わくメンタイのり巻き)
  3. (博多風トン胃ラメンにチャレンジしましょう)
  4. (二日酔いにアッサリ雑炊)
  5. (子供が喜ぶスイートアップル )
  6. (ポットラックパーティー)
2 June 18, 1986[11]4-06-300005-2
3 October 18, 1986[12]4-06-300006-0
4 November 18, 1986[13]4-06-300007-9
5 February 18, 1987[14]4-06-300008-7
6 May 18, 1987[15]4-06-300009-5
7 August 22, 1987[16]4-06-300010-9
8 November 21, 1987[17]4-06-300011-7
9 February 23, 1988[18]4-06-300012-5
10 May 23, 1988[19]4-06-300013-3
11 August 23, 1988[20]4-06-300036-2
12 November 22, 1988[21]4-06-300037-0
13 February 23, 1989[22]4-06-300038-9
14 May 23, 1989[23]4-06-300039-7
15 Aug 21, 1989[24]978-4-06-300040-5
16 November 20, 1989[25]978-4-06-300041-2
17 February 21, 1990[26]978-4-06-300042-9
18 May 21, 1990[27]978-4-06-300043-6
19 August 21, 1990[28]978-4-06-300079-5
20 November 19, 1990[29]978-4-06-300084-9
21 February 21, 1991[30]978-4-06-300086-3
22 May 20, 1991[31]978-4-06-300089-4
23 August 21, 1991[32]978-4-06-300092-4
24 November 20, 1991[33]978-4-06-300096-2
25 January 20, 1992[34]978-4-06-300101-3
26 April 21, 1992[35]978-4-06-300106-8
27 July 20, 1992[36]978-4-06-300110-5
28 August 20, 1992[37]978-4-06-300111-2
29 November 17, 1992[38]978-4-06-300116-7
30 February 19, 1993[39]978-4-06-300121-1
31 May 20, 1993[40]978-4-06-300125-9
32 August 20, 1993[41]978-4-06-300129-7
33 November 19, 1993[42]978-4-06-300132-7
34 February 21, 1994[43]978-4-06-300133-4
35 May 20, 1994[44]978-4-06-300136-5
36 August 19, 1994[45]978-4-06-300139-6
37 November 18, 1994[46]978-4-06-300141-9
38 January 20, 1995[47]978-4-06-300142-6
39 March 20, 1995[48]978-4-06-300145-7
40 May 22, 1995[49]978-4-06-300147-1
41 July 19, 1995[50]978-4-06-300149-5
42 October 20, 1995[51]978-4-06-300152-5
43 January 20, 1996[52]978-4-06-300156-3
44 April 20, 1996[53]978-4-06-300160-0
45 July 19, 1996[54]978-4-06-300165-5
46 October 21, 1996[55]978-4-06-300174-7
47 January 21, 1997[56]978-4-06-300179-2
48 April 21, 1997[57]978-4-06-300184-6
49 July 19, 1997[58]978-4-06-300189-1
50 October 21, 1997[59]978-4-06-300193-8
51 January 21, 1998[60]978-4-06-300196-9
52 April 21, 1998[61]978-4-06-300197-6
53 July 21, 1998[62]978-4-06-300201-0
54 October 20, 1998[63]978-4-06-300205-8
55 January 20, 1999[64]978-4-06-300207-2
56 April 19, 1999[65]978-4-06-300210-2
57 July 19, 1999[66]978-4-06-300212-6

AnimeEdit

The anime of Cooking Papa was aired on TV Asahi Thursday every week from April 9, 1992 to May 25, 1995.[4][5] It was produced by Eiken and ADK Holdings, Inc. and animated by Sunshine Corporation. The anime series was directed by Toshitaka Tsunoda and ran for 151 episodes.

The anime rerun on Tokyo MX as part of the manga's 30th anniversary.[67]

CastEdit

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